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Why does BRS recommend this?


The owner of BRS uses these lights on his personal tank. Kessil produces their own Dense Matrix LED chip which gives them ultimate control over spectrum of the LED chip and the quality.  They can be used with or without a controller and give a very natural metal halide shimmer.


Now amazing shimmer with a controllable LED. We can't help but be impressed with the natural looking lighting effect produced by Kessil LEDs. They produce an amazing shimmer to rival a metal halide and you can even see the shadows of fish swimming over the sand - just like in the ocean. Kessil has put years of research into their LEDs creating a Dense Matrix LED which tightly packs the LEDs onto one chip with numerous colors and numerous wavelengths of light. Choose the A360N model to provide maximum penetration and the A360W-E Series Wide Angle (now 15% brighter) to provide maximum coverage.



  • Kessil Logic™ - Adjust color on one channel and intensity on other channel

  • Compatible with external 0~10V Controller like Neptune Apex or Digital Aquatics Reefkeeper

  • Compact, pendant design

  • Exceptional shimmer effect

  • Dense Matrix LED - patented design of tightly packed LED

  • Proprietary blend of precision UV light to encourage coral coloration

  • Two Channels for fine tuning of color spectrum

  • Quiet operation

  • Runs cool at high efficiency

  • Available in A360 Model or A360W-E (Wide Angle) - Choose the model for maximum penetration or maximum coverage

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Why does BRS recommend this?

The owner of BRS uses these lights on his personal tank. Kessil produces their own Dense Matrix LED chip which gives them ultimate control over spectrum of the LED chip and the quality.  They can be used with or without a controller and give a very natural metal halide shimmer.

Now amazing shimmer with a controllable LED. We can't help but be impressed with the natural looking lighting effect produced by Kessil LEDs. They produce an amazing shimmer to rival a metal halide and you can even see the shadows of fish swimming over the sand - just like in the ocean. Kessil has put years of research into their LEDs creating a Dense Matrix LED which tightly packs the LEDs onto one chip with numerous colors and numerous wavelengths of light. Choose the A360N model to provide maximum penetration and the A360W-E Series Wide Angle (now 15% brighter) to provide maximum coverage.

  • Kessil Logic™ - Adjust color on one channel and intensity on other channel
  • Compatible with external 0~10V Controller like Neptune Apex or Digital Aquatics Reefkeeper
  • Compact, pendant design
  • Exceptional shimmer effect
  • Dense Matrix LED - patented design of tightly packed LED
  • Proprietary blend of precision UV light to encourage coral coloration
  • Two Channels for fine tuning of color spectrum
  • Quiet operation
  • Runs cool at high efficiency
  • Available in A360 Model or A360W-E (Wide Angle) - Choose the model for maximum penetration or maximum coverage
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Can I use the Reef Keeper to program this light? thanks
Question by: dan on Jan 24, 2014 1:08:00 PM
Hi Dan,
It would require the use of the Reef Keeper ALC unit and the Reef Keeper to Kessil control cable but you can certainly control your A360 via the reef keeper unit.
Answer by: Bulk Reef Supply on Jan 24, 2014 1:08:00 PM
Hello:

I'm thinking about purchasing the Kessil A360W LED light. I would install these on my 90 gal reef tank. My question is how many units would I need (I guess 1 or 2) and do you use any other lighting along with the LED's or just the LED's themselves.

Thanks for your advice,

Dave
Question by: Dave on Dec 15, 2013 3:13:00 PM
Hi Dave,
It really depends on the corals you plan to keep. For a less light demanding tank like a soft coral tank or mixed reef tank Kessil recomends one of the A360W units for each 2ft of tank (assuming you have a normal sized 90g then that is two units) or if you plan to have an SPS tank then an A360N spaced every 18" apart (so three units). Just the LED's will work just fine.
Answer by: Bulk Reef Supply on Dec 15, 2013 3:13:00 PM
Can you link 2- A360w together and manually control one light to control the other light equally without using a controller?
Question by: albert booth on Oct 29, 2013 2:18:00 PM
Hey Albert,
You sure can! If you daisy chain the two lights together the second is controlled by the first. It will default to the manual control knobs unless you plug a controller cable into the input. If that happens it will turn off the knobs and turn to the controller.
Answer by: Bulk Reef Supply on Oct 29, 2013 2:18:00 PM
What is the light spread on the two different models. How large and how deep will they cover?
Question by: BRANDON on Sep 24, 2013 12:19:00 PM
Hi Brandon,
Which lights and how many you want largely depends on what type of tank you have. If you have a mixed reef tank then it would be recommended to use the 360W and use one for about every 2ft x 2ft of tank. For an SPS tank they recommend using the 360N models and spacing them out about every 18" or so (3 would be suitable on a 4ft tank assuming you don't have a center brace in the way)
Answer by: Bulk Reef Supply on Sep 24, 2013 12:19:00 PM
I'm looking to purchase my lights for a brand new tank (my very first saltwater). I have a 48x24x24 tank that does have center bracing. I was looking at 2 360Ws. Looking at mixed reef. Would these 2 be adequate and what all would I need to control with an Apex ? Thanks for the advice ahead of time
Question by: Anthony on Jan 25, 2016 12:24:00 PM
Great question!
2 of the lights would work perfect over your tank and come highly recommended. I have included the connecting cable from Apex to Kessil below which is the only item you will need for the standard Apex. Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!
http://www.bulkreefsupply.com/kessil-a360-control-cable-type-1-neptune-apex.html
Answer by: Connor (Admin) on Feb 3, 2016 12:17:00 PM
Hello. I have a 100 gallon tank. 60x18x24. I wonder how many Kessil 360 I will need to run a saltwater aquarium? Currently it is fish only, but I eventually plan on adding corals.

Thank you
Question by: Qi on Apr 9, 2014 9:08:00 PM
Hi Qi,
The general rule of thumb with the Kessil's A360 lights is that if you have an SPS or high light demanding tank you want an A360N spaced every 18". For a mixed tank or lower demand tank you can use the A360W models spaced 24" apart.
Answer by: Bulk Reef Supply on Apr 9, 2014 9:08:00 PM
Hej! Vad skulle ni rekommendera för belysning till ett akvarium som är 2 m långt och 50cm brett och 50cm djupt och det är ett sötvatten med Tankanyika fiskar i....
/ Peter
Question by: peter skoglund on Jan 26, 2016 11:51:00 AM
Hej Peter,
Vi har älskade att använda " TunsSun " av Kessil . På akvarium 3 skulle fungera bra men du kan behöva 4. vi tyvärr endast kan skicka objekt till Förenta staterna och Kanada.
Answer by: Connor Johnson (Admin) on Feb 3, 2016 1:37:00 PM
What is the major difference between the controllable and non controllable lights? Can you modify the light spectrum more in the controllable ones?
Question by: Hank on Apr 12, 2014 2:26:00 PM
Hi Hank,
The difference is largely just that the controllable A360 can be controlled via an external aquarium controller like the Apex and the A350 cannot. The A350 is also a discontinued model. The color spectrum can be adjusted about the same on both of them, though with the A360 you change a single channel and it tunes the color automatically from white to blue and vice versa, whereas on the A350 you have to do two channels manually, a white and blue channel.
Answer by: Bulk Reef Supply on Apr 12, 2014 2:26:00 PM
i have a 265gal tank. 84 long 24 wide and 30 deep. will these lights penetrate the 30 ins? how many units would you suggest for the 84 ins? the wattage seems a bit low for that depth by the old standards.
Question by: tom on Feb 11, 2014 3:04:00 AM
Hi Tom,
For a tank that deep you would want the A360N models which would penetrate to 30" however their spread is only about 18" so you would be a little short front to back. Assuming you don't have anything particularly light demanding in the first or last 3" (or however you distribute your rock) then 5 of them should do the trick for you.
Answer by: Bulk Reef Supply on Feb 11, 2014 3:04:00 AM
I was looking at the 360Ws. I don't have a controller just yet. Can any brand controller be used with these lights? Is there something specific I need to look for with controller compatability?
thanks
Marc
Question by: Marc on Apr 24, 2014 9:59:00 AM
Hi Marc,
If you don't have a controller the light has manual adjustments on top via the knobs. There are other controllers that may work, but it will depend on the controller and whether or not it supports a 0-10v signal that the Kessil requires and is compatible with one of the cables to physically connect the two.
Answer by: Bulk Reef Supply on Apr 24, 2014 9:59:00 AM
I see the earlier response that each 360w is good for 2' of tank. I have a 24" cube 60 gal tank. I plan a mixed fish and coral tank. Would one light be sufficient?
Question by: John Lukow on Jan 16, 2016 5:28:00 PM
Great question!
Overall 1 fixture would work well for a mixed reef tank which is 24 x 24". The spread may not have the best penetration in the corners of the tank however in the center of the tank the growth would be more than adequate! Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!
Answer by: Connor (Admin) on Jan 26, 2016 5:32:00 PM
My tank is 3ft across. It's a 50 gallon bow tank. I'm really interested in the Kessil lights. How many would you suggest I get?
Question by: Hank on Apr 27, 2014 6:02:00 PM
Hey Hank,
For a tank that size you would be looking at 2 of the Kessils!
Answer by: Bulk Reef Supply on Apr 27, 2014 6:02:00 PM
Do I need the Kessil spectral controller or Apex to change color and intensity at different times of the day?
Question by: Jerry on Jan 18, 2016 5:13:00 PM
Great question!
Both will change the color and intensity through out the day. The Spectral Controller is a very popular option as it is very simple and straight forward. The Apex if you already have it can eliminate the need for an additional controller and work right through the fusion program. Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!
Answer by: Connor (Admin) on Jan 26, 2016 7:28:00 PM
I have a 220 gallon. 72x24x30 is Kessil lighting bright enough to reach the bottom of my tank where I have coral and other live stock living. If yes how many units will I have to purchase for an effective growth.
Question by: Curtis on Mar 10, 2014 12:46:00 PM
Hi Curtis,
The A360N models are designed to work well in a tank as deep as yours and are capable of supporting a wide array of livestock (including SPS). They recommend a spacing of 18" with the A360N which would come out to 4 units over your 72" tank.
Answer by: Bulk Reef Supply on Mar 10, 2014 12:46:00 PM
What kind of control do you get with the Reefkeeper and the ALC module? Color and intensity?
Question by: Charles on May 1, 2014 5:36:00 PM
Hey Charles,
Thats exactly it. One channel controls the intensity and the other channel controls the color.
Answer by: Bulk Reef Supply on May 1, 2014 5:36:00 PM
Would two Kessil lights be over kill on 55gallon tank 48x12x19 with heavy Arco in setup.
Question by: ken on Mar 15, 2014 7:41:00 AM
Hey Ken,
I would not consider that overkill. In fact Kessil actually recommends an A360W spaced every 2ft for a mixed reef tank or A360N models spaced every 18" for an SPS dominated tank so your pretty close to that ballpark.
Answer by: Bulk Reef Supply on Mar 15, 2014 7:41:00 AM
Do these lights come with a built in timer or is a controller the only way to keep them on a set time
Question by: Stetler on Jan 21, 2016 1:13:00 AM
Great question!
The only way for control is through the Kessil Spectral Controller or installing in conjunction with an Apex Aquarium Controller. Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!
Answer by: Connor (Admin) on Jan 27, 2016 8:01:00 PM
I have a 100 gallon 48"x15"x31" in decied on the a360 however I'm not sure witch would be better for the tank the wife angle but not as much power at the bottom of the tank or the narrow but will the narrow still cover the 2'x15" that I need it too?

I'm going to be hanging it in a 12" tall canopy might make it taller (15-16") so the light is 12" above the water

I plan on buying two but witch one?
I also have a center glass brace in the middle sepraring my tank that's 12"x15"

Thanks brs y'all are an amazing help to noobs like me!
Question by: Ramon on Jan 21, 2016 10:32:00 AM
Great question!
In most cases with a tank of your depth we would recommend the standard WE version over the NE. The wider angle will create the best spread throughout your tank. Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!
Answer by: Connor (Admin) on Jan 27, 2016 7:33:00 PM
How many of these would I need for a 60" 100 gallon tank?
Question by: Shane on Mar 25, 2014 12:08:00 PM
Hi Shane,
It depends on what types of corals you plan to keep. Kessil recommends an A360N model spaced every 18" for an sps tank or a A360W model spaced every 24" if you have a mixed tank. That puts you into the 3-4 range depending on what types of corals you want to keep.
Answer by: Bulk Reef Supply on Mar 25, 2014 12:08:00 PM
Hi BRS, I have a standard 180 gallon tank 72" L X 24" W X 24" H but it has a center brace of glass about 1/2" thick that covers about 12" of the tank top. I was reading about the Kessil A360WE lights and specs say it covers about 24" of surface area. So I should only need 3 lights to cover the length of my tank. Before I spend the money on these I am wondering if the one that would be over the center brace will penetrate through the top brace of glass (as long as I keep it crystal clean) and then through the water as well as the ones directly over the water? Or would I have to buy 4 lights to get the proper spectrum of light underneath the center brace?

If I have to buy 4. I'm better off buying 2 Radion gen3 cost wise. With 2 Radion's I believe I could cover the area of tank. Not exactly sure though. I haven't been able to find the coverage area of the Radion's. I have Neptune apex with WXM so I'm really looking for LED's that work with the controller and best bang for my buck. What would you suggest is the best option?

I keep softies, LPS, and some cupping SPS
Question by: Bud on Jun 10, 2014 3:20:00 PM
Hey Bud,
Unfortunetely with that big center brace you are going to need to place a light on each side of it, requiring four of the Kessil's. The Radion's make out at about 2ft of spread each as well so you would have the same issue there, so no cost benefit to going that route because of the center brace. If you want a light that specifically connects to the WXM module really the Radion is the only option, though the Kessil's can be controlled via the VDM module on the Apex via the VDM to Kessil control cable.
Answer by: Bulk Reef Supply on Jun 10, 2014 3:20:00 PM
BRS I'm in the process of starting my first reef aquarium. 250 Gallon tank 73"x30"26". I know for sure I'll be installing a Neptune apex controller and Kessil LED Lightning. My questions are.... I assume with 26" depth 360W should be okay or would you still recommend going with the 360n? A six foot tank would mean three lights required ? can I daisy chain three Kessil A360 together and still link it up the Neptune Apex controller ?

The other option I was thinking of was going with the Kessil 700 LED panel. If choose to go that route I assume I will still need to go with 2x panels to cover the tank ? Is there any benefit from the 700 panel over the 360W; other than the 700 comes with Kessil controller ?
Question by: seth on Jan 24, 2016 7:04:00 AM
Hey there!
For the lighting the standard a360w would work great! 3 of the kessils daisy chained together with the kessil cable and the apex to kessil link cable will give great control! If you were to select the AP700 you would need 2 modules, however they do have more color and options than the standard a360. The Ap700 does not have the controller rather currently requires an iPad app for color and intensity control. Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!
Answer by: Connor (Admin) on Feb 3, 2016 11:30:00 AM
On a 60 gallon cube, which model would you recommend? I will be doing a mixed reef, obviously keeping sps higher and lps on the lower levels. N or w?
Question by: Michael on Jan 27, 2014 2:34:00 PM
Hi Michael,
If the light demands aren't super high then the W would likely be the best bet, assuming your 60cube is 2x2x2. In a really high demand tank you may look at 2 of the N models (its kindof an odd spot where 1 isn't enough as there made to cover about 18", but 2 is a lot).
Answer by: Bulk Reef Supply on Jan 27, 2014 2:34:00 PM
Hey guys... I'm looking at eventually moving up to a standard 120gal tank in the near future (upgrading from the 30 gal). I am interested in getting TWO of the 360w Kessils. I've done the math and believe that I'm kind of on the boarder of needing 3. I run a simple FOWLR set up, but might get into a softy tank when I upgrade. So here are the questions:

1) Am I OK with ONE Kessil for now, for the 30 gallon?

2) If I decided to stay with the FOWLR set up on a 120gal, TWO Kessils would be OK, correct?

3) If / When I move into a softy tank, would I have to get a 3rd Kessil or would the original TWO be OK?

And last, but not least... I know I need to get the TWO different Kessil cables to sync and attach it to my APEX... Is there a module I will need as well, and if so, could you please pass me the model number :)

Thanks!
Question by: Chad on Jan 16, 2014 11:43:00 AM
HI Chad,
1) 1 would be just fine on the 30g tank :-)
2)Two should be just fine with a FO tank.
3)Most likely looking at 3 here, though possibly 4 if you have a center brace that will get in the way.

Great question. You would want the VDM to Kessil cable to connect your Kessil to the VDM module on your apex (some models like the standard Apex include the necessary module, other units may require the purchase of the VDM module in addition to the cable). From there all you need is the Kessil link cable to connect your second Kessil to your first (and 3rd Kessil to the 2nd, etc). Both are linked below:

http://www.bulkreefsupply.com/catalog/product/view/id/2988/
http://www.bulkreefsupply.com/catalog/product/view/id/2990/
Answer by: Bulk Reef Supply on Jan 16, 2014 11:43:00 AM
how many do you think I would need for a 48"x24x24 120g tank? thank you
Question by: dan on Jan 24, 2014 12:52:00 PM
Hi Dan,
It depends on what you want to put in the tank. Kessil recommends an A360W for every 24" if you plan to do a sotie or low demand mixed tank. If you plan to have an SPS or high demand tank they recommend an A360N unit spaced every 18" assuming a brace doesn't get in the way (otherwise you may need a 4th so you can mount them on each side of the brace).
Answer by: Bulk Reef Supply on Jan 24, 2014 12:52:00 PM
I'm planning to keep SPS in a 72" wide x 72" long x 24" deep tank and I'm interested in using Kessil 360s (not sure about W's or N's yet). I was wondering what kind of "footprint" one of these pendants could cover, and how many you would suggest I would need to meet the lighting needs of the tank I described above. Also, which would be more appropriate for my scenario, W's or N's?
Question by: Scott on Oct 31, 2013 3:55:00 PM
Hey Scott,
With the A360 or A350's on an SPS tank its recommended to use one of the N models spaces 18" apart. On a tank the size of yours that comes out to 4 of the A360N models.
Answer by: Bulk Reef Supply on Oct 31, 2013 3:55:00 PM

Full Details

Kessil A360N/A360W Manufacturer's Manual

 

Dense Matrix LED

Kessil has spent millions of dollars and five years researching a different approach to LED. Instead of individually wrapped LED chips, Kessil tightly packs them together. This results in blends of different light wavelengths before they leave the light, providing uniform color throughout your tank. The single light source eliminates the spotlight effect, effectively spreading the light over a wide area.

 

Kessil Logic™

The new proprietary Kessil Logic™ is featured on the A360 LEDs. It is a unique form of spectral intelligence developed for precise color blending and optimal coral growth. Before you could vary the light intensity of two different channels to find the desired color and intensity mix. Now users can select the perfect spectrum and color with one knob and then adjust the intensity with the other boosting the light output at both ends of the spectral tuning range by as much as 30%.

 

Controllability

  • On/off timing
  • Intensity and color spectrum adjustment
  • Compatible with 0~10V Controller
  • Apex Ready+ - Certified by Neptune Systems. Use Kessil A360 Neptune Apex Control Cable
  • Digital Aquatics Reefkeeper. Use Kessil A360 ReefKeeper Control Cable
  • Control multiple lights by connecting them with the Kessil A360 Unit Link Cable
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    What's in the Box

    • Kessil A360N LED Light with cord or Kessil A360W LED Light with Cord
    • Extension Cable
    • AC Adapter
    • Power Cord
    • Two Metal Hooks - to attach light to wood, acoustical tile or other ceiling
    • Two Light Mounting sets

     

      A360N Specifications

    • Dimensions: 3.8" Length x 4" Diameter
    • Coverage Area: 18" surface diameter by 4' to 5' penetration (on average)
    • Power Usage: 90W
    • Power Supply: 100-240 VAC (Input), 48 VDC, 1.87A (Output)

     

    A360W Specifications

    • Dimensions: 2.96" Length x 4" Diameter
    • 24" surface diameter by 3' penetration (on average)
    • Power Usage: 90W
    • Power Supply: 100-240 VAC (Input), 48 VDC, 1.87A (Output)

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  • Great While They Last By Reef Daddy on 1/18/2016

    I have four A360N Tuna Blues and 2 A160 blues on goose necks to fill in the shadows. I installed them In April of 2015 to replace another brand of LED fixtures that had lasted about 2-1/2 years before some of the diodes failed. Today - January 17, 2016 one of the A360N's failed. I blow them out once a month and they are in a well ventilated area. I get great growth of all types of corals with them and I love the energy savings and cool operation. I was a fan until this one failed. It's not the power supply which would have been a cheap easy repair. Its the light itself. $400.00 is too much to pay for a light that lasts less than a year. I just had to spend another $400.00 to buy a replacement because I can't afford to replace the whole system.

    Kessil invested a lot in R&D to come up with these lights, now they need to spend a few bucks on figuring out how to make them last longer. I'd stick with lights that use pucks with lots of emitters and allow for replacement of the puck instead of replacing the whole light. LED is great - I hope somebody can figure out how to make one last a reasonable amount of time.
  • A360W-E Tuna Blue LED Aquarium Light By jordan on 12/9/2015

    I love these lights but if you are looking to grow corals you will need to supplement these with T5's. the color and shimmer is amazing.
  • Disappointed Over Time By Bvaughn7 on 11/12/2015

    I've been running Kessil 350s over my 125 for about a year now and I have to say that I don't get sps/lps growth with these lights. I contacted Kessil to get some advice and they basically said they can't help me and to find another "experienced reefer" for help. Yes they give amazing shimmer and the light is crisp. But I would like to see growth in my corals, not just color. Also a lot of my sps have all gone the same colors, while parameters are perfect. Be advised that I've had LEDs burn out on another Kessil fixture and it's more expensive to repair the light than it is to replace it. Not worth it to me.
  • Love it, but... By Dustin on 11/6/2015

    Amazing light works amazingly with my Apex! the shimmer is unmatched, and it stays super cool! But.... because of the limited diffusion the light possess, shadows are cast and causes die off on my SPS. kinda disappointing, wish i could find a way to get the shadows the go away. Only option i have found is T5 and LED.
  • Great light... By Fishpistol on 10/10/2015

    I have Metal Halides and the heat is just getting to be to much to deal with so it was time for an upgrade. Looked at a lot of different options but the Kessils seemed to the the affordable option for what they claimed to do. I can say for 100% they are very much like my MH lights since I have one on it still with the kessil. I only have the kessil at 60% with my apex and it is matching my 400 watt MH. I was just blown away and would not have believed it if I hadn't seen it. I save on my electric bill the heat is gone and my corals are responding better to the Kessil light then my MH. Will be buying a second one very soon.
  • Kessil A360N / A360W-E Tuna Blue LED By steve on 8/25/2015

    shimmer I have never seen anything like it beautiful lights on my 75g reef
  • Second one By Charles on 8/23/2015

    I started with one a few months ago and loved it. I recently upgraded to a larger tank and required a second one. Bought the link cable with it and have them both running off of the Spectral controller. Lights are great!
  • Love these lights By Nick on 6/29/2015

    These lights are awesome. They give off a clean crisp look and are powerful. I have 2 360w with the goose neck, 90 degree adaptor and kessil controller on a 75 and the tank has never looked better.
  • Excellent product By juschillin2 on 6/29/2015

    We have only been using this lighting for a few weeks. Major improvement! We no longer have to worry about the temperature fluctuation constantly. Beautiful light. Love the look. Couldn't be easier to install. So easy to make lighting adjustments. Planning on adding a controller. Truly better than expected. Corals are vibrant. Highly recommend making the investment!
  • Best light I ever owned By Mark on 6/13/2015

    This is hands down the best light I have ever purchased. It is energy efficient, looks great, and last longer than my MH lighting. My corals love the light and it looks a lot like the ocean does when I dive. It runs cool and is easy to control (I use my Apex). I have had the lights since early this year and even my SPS love this light
  • simply amazing By Redick on 6/3/2015

    I owned a AI hydra 52 before this light and it was excellent as well. I now own this light and am more than pleased with everything about it. less controllability but oddly enough I really like the simplicity of it. I bought the controller and its perfect. Looks amazing over my tank.
  • Powerful LED's By Dustin on 5/31/2015

    I have two of the kessil a 360we fixtures and they are extremely powerful. The spectrum and color temps are well engineered. I prefer the simplicity of these units vs the other channel mixing competitors. Simply turn the intensity to the desired level and turn the knob to the color temp sweet spot. Integrates well in apex controller for full lighting control.

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